20 search results for RNAi
- (The Scientist) Improving Crops with RNAi
- Nigel Taylor, senior research scientist and Narender Nehra, director of regulatory affairs in the Institute for International Crop Improvement (IICI) co-authored this article about how RNA interference is proving to be a valuable tool for agriculture, allowing researchers to develop pathogen-resistant and more-nutritious crops.
- (The Scientist) Improving Crops with RNAi, RNA interference (RNAi) is the process by which small, their translation into proteins.
RNAi is a particularly potent tool for fighting common crop pathogens. By simply, siRNAs can be produced, triggering the endogenous RNAi mechanisms to target and degrade homologous, that the pathogen-derived RNAi technology can deliver very effective and durable resistance. More recently, soybeans, and insect-resistant corn.
To date, RNAi has proven more cost-effective
- Improving Crops With RNAi
- RNA interference is proving to be a valuable tools for agriculture, allowing researchers to develop pathogen-resistant and more-nutritious crops.
- Improving Crops With RNAi, An excerpt from The Scientist
By Narender Nehra and Nigel Taylor | June 1, 2015 RNA interference (RNAi)—the process by which small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) bind, to agriculture. In fact, as a naturally occurring biological process, RNAi was mediating plant metabolism, . But in the last 15 years, RNAi’s role in agriculture has grown as researchers have developed greater, , nutrition, and yield of crop plants. RNAi-enhanced crops have been approved for cultivation
- TechAccel Invests in Unique Sprayable RNAi Pesticide Technology
- First “Path to Commercialization” Grant Awarded to Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
- TechAccel Invests in Unique Sprayable RNAi Pesticide Technology, KANSAS CITY, MO.—September 11, interference (or RNAi) technology in a biopesticide targeting the Diamondback moth. The Diamondback, this RNAi technology as a biopesticide against the Diamondback moth.” TechAccel is a venture, opportunities. “This technology uses RNAi to alter an insect’s gut immune system,” said James, mechanism to control crop-damaging insects with low environmental impact.” The RNAi technology project
- (GenomeWeb) Advocacy Group Urges Caution over Agricultural RNAi
- A wave of letters to the Environmental Protection Agency from scientists in both academia and industry are pointing to a large and growing body of evidence on the safety and specificity of RNAi in plants.
- (GenomeWeb) Advocacy Group Urges Caution over Agricultural RNAi, As the Environmental Protection Agency develops a framework for assessing the risks posed by RNAi as pest-control strategy in plants, pointing to a large and growing body of evidence on the safety and specificity of RNAi in plants. With ag, of RNAi-expressing plants on humans and other non-target organisms. Meanwhile, the EPA is soliciting, Executive Director Wenonah Hauter warned that RNAi "has not been evaluated thoroughly enough
- TechAccel and Danforth Center Launch New Company to Control Insects
- New technology aims to dramatically reduce crop losses.
- at the Danforth Center funded with TechAccel’s first grant in its “Path to Commercialization” Program. The RNAi, market with the potential to make a major impact.” “We are demonstrating the potential of RNAi, ,” said Michael Helmstetter, Ph.D., Founder, president and CEO of TechAccel. “An RNAi insect control
- Plant Pulse
- The Plant Pulse is a feature of the Danforth Center Roots and Shoots Blog that includes a sampling of interesting stories about world hunger and malnutrition, food security, climate change, biofuels, agriculture, the environment, conferences and events, and the impact of plant science.
- are attacked by a disease it cannot fight off. Advocacy Group Urges Caution over Agricultural RNAi, of RNAi in plants. Designer Seed Thought to Be Latest Target by Chinese The New York Times China has
- Meet Our IN2 Cohort: RNAissance Ag
- The need for new pest management technologies that are effective, affordable, and sustainable to the environment and human health is urgent and widespread. Bala Venkata of RNAissance Ag believes he has a solution.
- . RNAissance Ag is using RNAi (“I” for interference) technology that is not new, but what is new, , lepidoptera pests have been resistant to RNAi technology, and responsible for extensive losses each, . Even more, anticipated breakthroughs in RNAi technology could enable promising biological pesticides
- Understanding Kranz Anatomy to Help Boost Photosynthetic Efficiency in Crops
- A priority for plant scientists is to better understand the mechanisms that affect plant productivity to aid both breeding and engineering efforts aimed at increasing yield.
- mutants are being generated using Ac/Ds and Mutator populations in maize and by RNAi
- Plant Pulse
- The Plant Pulse is a feature of the Danforth Center Roots and Shoots Blog that includes a sampling of interesting stories about agriculture, the environment, food security, climate change, bioenergy, events, and the impact of plant science.
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Four Graphs Bolster Bill Gate’s Case for Greatly Boosting Clean-Energy Research The New York Times
According to a Gates Notes essay, it will take more than regulation to limit humanity’s growing influence on the climate system. Improving Crops with RNAi The Scientist
Danforth Center’s own Nigel Taylor, senior research scientist and Narender Nehra, director of regulatory affairs in the Institute for International Crop Improvement (IICI) co-authored this article about
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- Invests in Unique Sprayable RNAi Pesticide Technology
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Improving Crops With RNAi,
(The Scientist) Improving Crops with RNAi
Nigel Taylor, senior research scientist